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Agenda Overview Process Update Overview of Revised Goals Transportation Trends Small Group Breakout Questions and Comments Next Steps Meeting Close21. Welcome and Meeting Overview

1. Process Update31. Process Update

41. Process Update

51. Process Update

Denveright Community Visioning Survey Supplemental VisionQuestionnaire andOutreach to UnderRepresented Groups62. Process Update

2. Overview of Revised Goals72. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals1.82. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals2.92. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals3.102. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals4.112. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals5.122. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals6.132. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals7.142. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals8.152. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals9.162. Overview of Revised Goals

Goals10.172. Overview of Revised Goals

Task Force Feedback182. Overview of Revised Goals

3. Transportation Trends193. Transportation Trends

Overview Current conditions Mode shift: case studies Modal tradeoffs Funding & financing Demographic & technological trends Trendlab polling exercise20Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Denver Environmental/Mode Shift TargetsReduce GHG emissions by 80 percentbelow the level of 2005 by the year2050 (80 by 50)Provide mobility options (transit,carpooling, biking, walking) that reducecommuting travel in Denver done insingle-occupant vehicles to no morethan 60% of all trips.Denver 2015Climate Action PlanDenver 2020Sustainability Goals21Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

2000-2014/15 Denver TrendsDenver Region (all trips)City of Denver Resident Commute Mode Share2002-2014 ChangeMode20002015Difference VMT per capita: 2%Drive Alone68%74% 5 ptsCarpool14%7% 7 ptsTransit8%6% 2 ptsWalk4%4%0 ptsBike1%2% 1 ptsTelecommute4%6% 2 ptsOther1%1%0 pts Transit ridership per capita: 5%Source: DRCOG, American Community Survey,National Transit DatabaseSource: 2000 U.S. Census, 2015 American Community Survey (1-year estimates)22Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Transit: Peer Cities23Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Transit: Seattle Case Study – ––– 3rd Ave Transit Priority Corridor24Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Bicycling: Peer Cities25Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Bicycling: Case Study –––– –– – 26 –Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Walking: Peer Cities27Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Inducing Mode Shift to Walking: Boston Case Study 28Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Modal Tradeoffs“The changes may make traffic 15percent worse instead of just 5 percentworse each year, but the situation isalready becoming untenable.”“We are going to have a fair bit of traffic.Actually that’s a good thing.When all the carsdisappear and all the traffic disappears that’s asign our city isn't driving.”- L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti (2015)29Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6– Former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn (2012)

Modal TradeoffsLos Angeles Layered Network Planning30Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Modal TradeoffsMontgomery County, MD Performance Measures31Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Modal TradeoffsMontgomery County, MD Performance Measures32Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Modal TradeoffsMontgomery County, MD Performance Measures01ACCESSIBILITY 03 TRAVELER FORMANCE 33Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6 ACTIVITY04

Modal TradeoffsSacramento, California Level of Service PolicyThe City shall implement a flexible, context-sensitive Level ofService (LOS) standard The City will strive to operate theroadway network at LOS D or better for vehicles with thefollowing exceptions described below Central City – LOS F allowed Priority Investment Areas – LOS F allowed [Other] LOS E/LOS F Roadways-City of Sacramento 2035 General Plan Mobility Element, March 201534Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Modal TradeoffsDavis, California Geometric PolicyIn each direction, Davis streets shall have no more than twothrough automobile lanes plus a single left-hand turning lane,even if this requirement reduces level of service. Additionalturning lanes may be added for safety or design considerations.-City of Davis General Plan Transportation Element, December 201335Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Funding & Financing Existing local sources:– Capital Improvement Program appropriation– Better Denver Bond Program (renewed by voters in 2016)– 2.5 mil property tax for infrastructure repair (passed byvoters in 2007)– FasTracks (0.6 cents regional sales tax passed in 2004)– Limited funding for multimodal projects Denver Strategic Transportation Plan (2008)– Explore options for transportation finance (including PPPs)– Leverage non-City funding36Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Federal & State Funding Gas tax Other Opportunities– FASTER– Federal grants– Partnerships with other agencies(RTD, DRCOG, CDOT, etc.) Not a reliable long-term source37Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Models for Local Funding 38Property tax (Seattle, SF Bay Area)Gas tax (Portland, Las Vegas, Chicago)Sales tax (Seattle, L.A., Phoenix, Atlanta, Columbus)Motor vehicle excise tax (Seattle, Boston)Income tax (Indianapolis)VMT charge (pilot programs - OR, CA, CO)Utility fee (Austin, Provo, Eugene)User chargeBond measuresBlueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Demographic & Technological Trends39Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Vehicle Miles TraveledTravel Trends Past40Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Vehicle Miles TraveledDecoupling VMT and GDP41Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

VMT per capitaDRCOG RegionAnnual VMT per print Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?“It’s the pre-Great Recession macro-economy, stupid .and a few other things ”James Carville (kinda)43Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Labor Force Participation44Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Income45Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Fuel Prices46Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?E-Commerce47Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Millennials & Boomers48Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Licensing49Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Telecommuting50Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Transportation Network Companies (TNC’s)51Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Next Generation Vehicles52Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Why the decrease?Other Trends 53Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

TrendLab Factors influencing travel54Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

55Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Polling Slides ––56Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Labor Force Participation57Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Driving Age Population58Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Vehicle Ownership59Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Licensing Regulations60Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Fuel Cost per Mile61Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Congestion & Time Use62Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Non-Auto Mode Options63Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

GDP, Real Income Growth64Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Suburban Migration65Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Household Formation66Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Goods & Services Delivery67Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Telecommuting68Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Social Networking69Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Shared Mobility Services70Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Autonomous Cars71Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

Driverless Vehicles72Blueprint Denver3. TransportationTaskforce MeetingTrends#6

4. Small Group Breakout734. Small Group Breakout

5. Questions and Comments745. Questions and Comments

6. Next Steps756. Next Steps

Late 2016/Early 2017Outreach Vision and ValuesOnline Commenting Supplemental VisionQuestionnaire andOutreach to UnderRepresented Groups766. Next Steps

Upcoming Task Force Meetings Task Force Meeting #7 March 23 – Scenario Evaluation and Place Types Intro Task Force Meeting #8 April 27 Community Meetings 77April 20176. Next Steps

7. Meeting Close78

801/27/2017

Vehicle Miles Traveled Travel Trends Past 40 3. Transportation Trends. Blueprint Denver Taskforce Meeting #6 Vehicle Miles Traveled Decoupling VMT and GDP . Social Networking 69 3. Transportation Trends. Blueprint Denver Taskforce Meeting #6 Shared Mobility Services 70 3. Transportation Trends.

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